Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 168 Bedfords Review | Issue Four Top: Valley Farm stands on its own a third of a mile along a farm track. Bottom: John converted a barn to create a wonderful studio Property V alley Farm, East Runton, is the Norfolk home of one of our greatest actors, Sir John Hurt, and his wife, Anwen. A traditional brick-and-flint Norfolk farmhouse built in 1843 with both a separate barn and outbuildings, it is hidden away at the end of a farm track which wends for a third of a mile from the nearest road. The house nestles in a valley within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to Cromer, with entrancing views across the adjoining farmland and pasture towards the coast. Standing in 1.29 acres of grounds which include a walled kitchen garden, the house is just perfect for those who don’t want to be found! The Norfolk home of Sir John Hurt is for sale through our Burnham Market office. John speaks about his love of life in Norfolk since Bedfords found him a home 8 years ago. Valley Farm,East Runton LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT